Knowledge dynamics as drivers of innovation in Haute Cuisine and culinary services

  title={Knowledge dynamics as drivers of innovation in Haute Cuisine and culinary services},
  author={Jos{\'e} Albors-Garrigos and Javier Martinez Monzo and Purificaci{\'o}n Garc{\'i}a-Segovia},
  journal={Industry and Innovation},
  pages={111 - 84}
Abstract This paper analyses current innovation processes in Haute Cuisine and develops new insights into the nature of Haute Cuisine innovation and its institutional and organisational preconditions. The paper proposes an innovation paradigm that explains the roles of symbolic, synthetic and analytical knowledge during the various phases of innovation and challenges the innovation activity in Haute Cuisine as a linear model. It also explains the continuum between tacit and explicit knowledge… 
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